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Live Stream: Strange History with Life After Midnight

As part of the continued efforts to provide local artists with a platform to share their talents and raise some money in these challenging times we are very happy to introduce this series of live videos that have been running on our Facebook page

Strange History with Life after midnight are live sessions discussing Strange and Macabre History with a Salem historian and Podcast Host! **some mature content discussed** but no swearing, so younger listeners can listen in! Presented by Kristin Harris

The Disgraced Medium of Boston

The Disgraced Medium of Boston

Posted by Creative North Shore on Friday, April 24, 2020

Spiritualism and the Peabody Sisters of Salem

Spiritualism and the Peabody Sisters of Salem

Sorry I had to go on late! Technical Issues!

Posted by Creative North Shore on Friday, April 17, 2020

Phantasmagoria, Charles Brockden Brown, and the Murders that Made America’s first gothic novel.

Life After Midnight: Strange History, Salem Style

Phantasmagoria, Charles Brockden Brown, and the Murders that Made America's first gothic novel.

Posted by Creative North Shore on Friday, April 10, 2020

Murder in Medfield!

Murder In Medfield: Tale of the Body Snatchers

Murder In Medfield!

Posted by Creative North Shore on Friday, April 3, 2020

Happening now!! Strange History with Life After Midnight!!!

Posted by Creative North Shore on Friday, March 27, 2020

Kristin is a historian with an M.A. in American Studies, specializing in haunted tourism and its contribution to public history and memory, historical interpreter, podcast host, paranormal investigator and researcher, and Lead Dramaturge for Intramersive.

She is also the creator, writer, and host of Life After Midnight: Strange History, Salem Style Podcast (all episodes available on iTunes). She currently works as a Historical Interpreter/Lead Actor at the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, portraying Frances Gore Crafts, an 18th century Bostonian. She has taught on several subjects both in Salem and Boston, including the Salem Witch Trials (was an interpreter at the Witch House and Salem Pioneer Village for 3 years), American Popular Culture and Music, Anthropology of Death, Death and Dying in American Culture, 19th and 20th century American History, Revolutionary Boston History, the American Civil War, Racism and Ethnicity Studies in American Culture, and other specialized areas.


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